- speed of spin of planet Earth: 1670 km/h (counterclockwise & tilted 23,4°) - speed of Earth's rotation around Sun: 108000 km/h (counterclockwise) - speed of our Solar System: 700000 km/h (towards star Vega / constal. Lyra) - speed of rotation around galaxy core: 792000 km/h (clockwise tilted 60°) - speed towards Great Attractor: 2100000 km/h (in direction of Leo & Virgo constal.) - speed of light: 1079252848 km/h
question: if by any means all these speeds (except for last one from this list) would case to zero (and we would survive), could this result in a shortage of the time as we know it? eg. could this break the whole concept of our time like: if now a human can live 100 years, and these symbolic 100y are 100y in time units, would it mean that after zero-ing those speeds our 100y could result in (example) 10 years in time units from observators frame of reference located out of active/local frame of reference?
*based on: greater the speed = slower experience of time eg. "no time" for a photon. eg. if our speed would double we would experience it, as an increase of our lifespan from the perspective of time. eg. if we would speed up to c we would be immortal (frozen in a frame).